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Members get access to members-only events like Sip and Savor, CCNNA Dines Out, Spring Fling, CCNNA Member Tours, the lecture series and more!

CCNNA Benefits for Members

Monitoring of Zoning and Licensing Issues

  • Zoning Committee - This committee constantly monitors issues related to zoning changes and variances, which may adversely affect property values. In addition, all new liquor licenses and changes to license ownership are monitored to protect the quality of life in CCN. 
  • Resident Assemblies - These meetings enable residents affected by major neighborhood developmentprojects the opportunity to be informed on the project and voice any concerns and issues directly to project development staff.

Enhancing Public Safety 

  • Safety Committee - This  committee has been formed to promote neighborhood and business district safety improvements. 
  • District 3 Police Meetings - Committee members and residents meet with District 3 on, usually, the first Tuesday of each month to discuss safety issues.

Communicating with Members and Residents  

  • General Resident Meetings - These meetings are held four times a year for all CCN residents providing speakers and discussion on important City and CCN issues.
  • CCNNA Newsletter and Website - The newsletter is printed five times a year prior to each General Resident meeting and the website is updated continuously with important City and CCN information for residents.
  • Email System - All  paid members with email are included in the email system, which provides prompt, currentinformation on important issues. Member information is kept confidential and restricted to CCNNA use only.  
  • Special Information Forums - These educational and feedback events are arranged periodically on important CCN and City issues.

Neigborhood Participation and Fun

  • Blockbuilder's Program - This active program builds a sense of community on each CCN block to enhance safety and security, friendships, communication, and quality of life in Cherry Creek North. 
  • Spring Fling - In spring/early summer the association sponsors a member party at a CCN location for CCNNA members to meet each other, make new friends, and develop a community spirit.
  • Social Activities - CCNNA offers social opportunities for residents, such as pot luck dinners, book clubs, bridge, movies, wine tasting, and other fun activities.

Representing CCN in City Organizations 

  • Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) - This citywide neighborhood organization brings together all Denver neighborhoods on comprehensive city and community issues. (Click Here)
  • Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) - This association with boundaries of Broadway to Colorado Boulevard and 1st to 22nd Avenues provides expertise and support to residents in the areas such as zoning, liquor licensing, and City services. (Click Here
  • Cherry Creek Steering Committee (CCSC) - This CCN focused organization is made up of 25 representatives from CCN residents and businesses, neighborhoods contiguous to CCN, interested CCN parties, and City officials. Its purpose is to address major CCN economic improvement and infrastructure issues.  CCN residential has four representatives on the Committee 
Membership does have its advantages!  We encourage you to join.
Our annual fee is only $40 per household.
If you prefer to use the mail to provide payment you can download a form and mail it to
CCNNA Membership
PO Box 6010
Denver, CO 80206
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